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How can you implement a condition in a workflow? 

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Which class is used to indicate Black Navigation Bar ?

A) .navbar-inverse B) .navbar-black
C) .navbar-dark D) .navbar-default
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) .navbar-inverse

Explanation:

.navbar-inverse is used to display in black color.

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Can any object be stored in a View state in .NET ?

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View state is a repository in an ASP.NET page that can store values that need to be retained during postback.

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How can different versions of private assemblies be used in the same application without a re-build?

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You can use different versions of private assemblies in the same application without a re-build by specifying the assembly version in the AssemblyInfo.cs or AssemblyInfo.vb file.

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Which utility allows you to reference an assembly in an application?

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An assembly can be referenced by using the gacutil.exe utility with the /r option. The /r option requires a reference type, a reference ID, and a description.

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What are the different types of assemblies? Explain them in detail.

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The following are the two types of assemblies:



          =>  Private Assembly - Refers to the assembly that is used by a single application. Private assemblies are kept in a local folder in which the client application has been installed.

          =>  Public or Shared Assembly - Refers to the assembly that is allowed to be shared by multiple applications. A shared assembly must reside in Global Assembly Cache (GAC) with a strong name assigned to it.


For example, imagine that you have created a DLL containing information about your business logic. This DLL can be used by your client application. In order to run the client application, the DLL must be included in the same folder in which the client application has been installed. This makes the assembly private to your application. Now suppose that the DLL needs to be reused in different applications. Therefore, instead of copying the DLL in every client application folder, it can be placed in the global assembly cache using the GAC tool. These assemblies are called shared assemblies.

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